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Woman's Guide to Communicating With Confidence


Women have 11% more neurons in their brains for emotion, feelings and communication. When it comes to emotion and communications, women have an eight-lane superhighway, whereas men have a county road, according to research done by author Louann Brizendine, MD.

Women and men receive different confidence “training” as kids, and it shows up in their adult communication styles.

Women grow up less likely to ask for what they want and negotiate less often on their own behalf. They don’t communicate that they’re “ready” when clearly they are!

But it doesn’t have to always be that way.

To authentically and effectively advance your career, you can learn to overcome this early training with some surprisingly simple strategies. These “InPower Confidence Strategies” will help you be more effective and acquire more influence in your current job and position you for your next one!

Learn to speak your truth to lead, succeed and make your ideas heard in the workplace with Woman’s Guide to Communicating With Confidence.

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In just 75 minutes, you’ll learn:

  • What the research says about how women & men are trained in confidence & how it affects women’s leadership trajectory.
  • How women and men are “trained” differently to communicate their value and talk about themselves to “strangers.”
  • The 3-step “right-brain” approach to authentic confidence-building that can help women be taken more seriously.

Plus, you'll come away knowing how to:

  • Use the “Silence Trick” to get more accurate feedback on your ideas.
  • Identify your personal “Confidence-inhibiting Belief” that’s holding you back from taking the kind of risk that will make you more effective in meetings and one-on-one interactions.
  • Diagnose your comfort zone and develop a strategy to get outside it to further your business goals.

Good communication skills require a high level of self-awareness. How you act when you communicate may be just as important as the words you say. Learn the secrets of powerful communication. How you interact really does matter.

Sincerely,

Mary Ellen Slayter
Editor, Administrative Professional Today

P.S. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed. If Woman's Guide to Communicating With Confidence fails to meet your needs, we will refund every penny you paid — no hassles, no questions asked.

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Woman's Guide to
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About Your Speaker:

Dana Theus is President & CEO of InPower Consulting and the founder of InPower Women. Founded on the principle that external effectiveness is gained & maintained by managing internal (personal) power, InPower Coaching offers an enlightened, practical & highly effective approach to leadership development. Capitalizing on a 25-year business career in marketing/business development, strategic planning, leadership development and coaching, Dana has worked for Fortune 100 companies, entrepreneurial startups, government and military agencies and nonprofits.

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  • Administrative assistants
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  • Executives
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  • Business owners
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